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Pacerpole 3-section Carbon (2013)

£87.00

Even the field of trekking poles is subject to some wild and dynamic thought. The Pacerpole 3-section Carbon is a prime example of this. Boasting an ergonomically shaped handle that forcibly alters your angle of grip, these poles aim to improve a number of aspects of the way you walk. In Pacerpole’s own words, “You need to reinforce your muscles’ ...

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Pacer Poles

£67.00

More than a simple pole, these are a biomechanically designed solution to whole body movement. Buying a set involves something of a re-education on how to walk, as you have to adapt your walking style to the way the poles have been designed. In practice this means large hand grips that are tilted forward to fit the natural angle of ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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Pacerpole Carbon 2010

£87.00

Pacerpoles have been around a few years now but this carbon version shaves some of the weight off. The Pacerpole has developed a strong following due to its unique handle. The moulding is designed to sit perfectly in the hand and allow a very natural walking action with less shoulder and elbow movement. Compare the Pacerpole to any other option ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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PACERPOLE ALUMINIUM WALKING POLE

£75.00

Review: The Pacerpole features a grip that is completely different to other poles, with a large, anatomically shaped handle that’s angled well forward. It’s extremely comfortable in the hand. Instead of straps, which aren’t needed with this design, it has cord-retaining leashes to make sure you don’t drop the poles. In action, the poles feel fantastic – really easy to ...

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Pacerpole Carbon

£99.00

Uniquely designed, these trekking poles have huge, rather odd-looking moulded handles that reduce stress on your wrists and don’t require straps (although they have a shock cord so you don’t lose them). They feel great and are easy to get used to. For actual walking performance they’re excellent, although the twist-lock device can slip a little and those big handles ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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Pacerpole

£78.00

These trekking poles have been around a few years now and developed a select following among those lucky enough to have experienced their unique handles. The handle is a moulded rubber design that sits perfectly in the hand and allows a very natural walking action with less shoulder and elbow movement. Compare this to any other pole, and it is ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
  • Owners' rating rating is 4.5

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